Goodsamapp: The app that is saving lives

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Supporters of the pro-independence Junts per Catalunya party watch results of the regional elections on a cellphone in Girona, Spain, Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. The pro-secession bloc won a majority but the anti-independence Ciutadans (Citizens), led by 36-year-old lawyer Ines Arrimadas, won the highest number of votes for a single party. ANC is Catalan pro independence platform promoting the political independence of Catalonia.(AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

Professor Mark Wilson joined Esmeralda Leon and Colin Reed, who filled in for Dave Plier, to talk about his new app that is saving lives. The app is making an impact in a few countries but will it’s make it’s way into the US? Goodsamapp connects those in need of medical attention with those who have the skills to provide critical help.

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